The Sarnia Historical Society is very proud to show the on going work of researchers Tom St. Amand and Randy Evans. They have compiled an entry for each of the city’s 700-plus streets, and most come with colourful stories and reams of history.
It took two years and the collective wisdom of 450 local residents, but it’s done.
The Sarnia Street Project is a free, online compendium that brings together for the first time the story behind the name of every street, boulevard, crescent and cul-de-sac in the city.
The 550-page volume is meticulously researched and laid out clearly in alphabetical order.
To download this book, in its entirety and for FREE!!!